16400 review-acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors http://www.seattledeli.feedback/review-acutely-aware-prior-food-inspectors 7393 8 8 8 0 0 0 I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors' findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don't kerr at all. Maybe it's the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I've never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it's pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It's hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it's just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I'd rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try 'em, even if you've had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don't bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order--and 10 other people's food orders. <p>I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors&rsquo; findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don&rsquo;t kerr at all. Maybe it&rsquo;s the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I&rsquo;ve never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it&rsquo;s pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It&rsquo;s hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it&rsquo;s just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I&rsquo;d rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try &rsquo;em, even if you&rsquo;ve had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don&rsquo;t bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order&ndash;and 10 other people&rsquo;s food orders.</p> 2016-07-15T23:57+0000

I am acutely aware of prior food inspectors’ findings here at Seattle Deli. And I don’t kerr at all. Maybe it’s the old iron Asian stomach thing, but I’ve never gotten sick here and the food is not only inconceivably cheap and fast, but it’s pretty decent too. My old reliable is chicken banh mi. It’s hard to muck up banh mi; after all, it’s just a baguette sandwich with meat/tofu, cilantro, pickled carrot/daikon, and mayo, or some variation of. They have shelves and shelves of prepared rice rolls, Vietnamese desserts, both pastry-style, and refrigerated. They also have a hot table with cooked foods but nothing that I like to get here (I’d rather hit the other Vietnamese delis within walking distance for hot foods like that.) Their fish chips are pretty ridiculous, though. They are larger and sweeter than the Chinese kind and the large freezer bags of puffiness are too delicious to ignore. Try ’em, even if you’ve had fish chips before and were like meh. If you drive a postage stamp with wheels, you can shimmy into their parking lot. I don’t bother; I just park down the street and walk because getting your car out of the lot sometimes takes longer than getting your food order–and 10 other people’s food orders.